and, you know, it has a key on it so that's where you'd have kept your precious pieces. we did find some money in there at one stage, after my father died. really? yes, but it was just notes, not coins. yes, not stashed with gold sovereigns, then. no, no, no. well, it's just a nice feature. it's nice to see that. um, the other quite unusual feature is the press-molded glass handles, and not ordinarily a large chest of drawers like this, of this design, would date from around 1840. i suspect with these glass handles that it's probably slightly later than that-- maybe 1845 or 1850. do you place any value on it? i've no idea. it was just a piece of furniture in our home. well, i think if you were to sell it, you would expect to get something in the region of £600 or £700 for it. really? so it's not an insignificant amount. oh, no, no, no, no, no. oh, that's wonderful. that's lovely. i have to say, when i first saw your dog i wasn't too impressed with it.